Akshay and Katrina Kaif’s highly anticipated film ‘Sooryavanshi’ will now hit screens in 2021. Several big-ticket films have been moving out of traditional theatrical releases for OTT releases. According to the reports, Ranveer Singh starrer ’83 might release on Christmas 2020.
Mumbai came to a standstill on Monday morning as the city faced a sudden power cut. Bollywood stars joined Mumbaikars to turn the power glitch into a meme fest. While some netizens shared hilarious Bollywood-inspired memes, stars like Amitabh Bachchan, Abhishek Bachchan, Kunal Kemmu, Armaan Malik and several other stars shared their thoughts on social media.
Rhea Chakraborty, who is out on bail, has decided she will start going after people, who defamed her and tried to destroy her life. She has filed a case against a neighbour, who “claims she is an SSR fan and believes she is his soulmate due to a past life connection.” The person in question claimed that “SSR dropped Rhea home on the 13th.” Calling the allegation just another baseless rumour by a fan, Rhea’s lawyer said, “Her statement was recorded by the CBI today and you will all be glad to know what she said to CBI in her statement.” Apparently, the person has now claimed that “someone told her” about the alleged events that happened on that fateful night of 13th June.
Aamir Khan’s daughter Ira Khan, stated a much-needed discussion on mental health when she shared her struggles with depression. Taking to her social media handle, she revealed she has been battling clinical depression for more than 4 years now. “Come with me on this journey… in my awkward, quirky, sometimes-baby-voice-y, as-honest-as-I-can-be… way. Let’s start a conversation,” Ira said as she championed the cause of mental health.
The video went viral and even brought out a reaction from Kangana Ranaut. The actress took to her handle to share her past struggles in a tweet that read, “At 16 I was facing physical assault, was single-handedly taking care of my sister who was burnt with acid and also facing media wrath, there can be many reasons for depression” she went on to say that “it’s generally difficult” for children of broken families as she stressed on the importance of the traditional family system.
Script: Karen Pereira
Voice over: Shirley Thachil
Edited: Yogesh Jaiswar